Obama’s button man and former CIA director, John Brennan, who many researchers claim is the chief architect of the phony Trump/Russia collusion story, recently Tweeted that President Trump’s actions when meeting with Putin were “nothing short of treasonous.”
Donald Trump’s press conference performance in Helsinki rises to & exceeds the threshold of “high crimes & misdemeanors.” It was nothing short of treasonous. Not only were Trump’s comments imbecilic, he is wholly in the pocket of Putin. Republican Patriots: Where are you???
— John O. Brennan (@JohnBrennan) July 16, 2018
Apparently not seeking to increase hostilities with the globe’s 2nd largest nuclear stockpile is an act of treason in the opinion of the admitted communist party voter, John Brennan.
… Or maybe it wasn’t. It just depends which John Brennan you ask. We have to be very careful here because we are currently in Facebook jail after the all powerful arbiter of truth, radical left wing censors, Politifact, hit us with a strike for claiming that when Clapper said:
“If it weren’t for President Obama we might not have done the intelligence community assessment that we did that set up a whole sequence of events which are still unfolding today including Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation.
“President Obama is responsible for that. It was he who tasked us to do that intelligence community assessment in the first place.”
Clapper did not in fact mean that … Obama’s action caused the chain of events that lead to the Mueller investigation. At the risk of having our Pages reach not only cut back by 95%, but memory holed as Alex Jones has seen happen to his Pages, we will dare to report on what Brennan told Maddow Friday night. Brennan said when he said Trump’s actions were “nothing short of treasonous” he “… didn’t mean that he committed treason.”
Brennan: Trump has crossed the line repeatedly in terms of his failure to fulfill the responsibility of the office. pic.twitter.com/C7EIXpNedK
— Maddow Blog (@MaddowBlog) August 18, 2018
Host Rachel Maddow said, “After Helsinki, you were stark, and even a little bit scary in your criticism of his behavior. You said it rose to treason.”
Brennan responded, “I said it was nothing short of treasonous.”
Maddow then stated, “In this current controversy, that specific comment has been singled out by a number of people as a comment that maybe, by you, crossed the line, that was maybe –.”
Brennan cut in to respond, “Crossed what line?” He continued that he has a right to free speech
Maddow responded that she wasn’t questioning whether Brennan had the right to make those remarks, and then asked, “But do you stand by that consideration, and can you explain, can you elaborate what you mean by treasonous? It’s a very serious allegation.”
Brennan answered, “I know what the Russians did in interfering in the election. I have 100% confidence in what they did. And for Mr. Trump to stand on that stage in Helsinki, with all the world’s eyes upon him, and to basically [say] he wouldn’t — he doesn’t understand why would the Russians interfere in the election. He’s given Mr. Putin and the Russians a pass time after time after time, and he keeps referring to this whole investigation as a witch hunt, as bogus, as — and to me, this was an attack against the foundational principle of our great republic, which is, the right of all Americans to choose their elected leaders. And for Mr. Trump to so cavalierly just dismiss that, yes, sometimes my Irish comes out, and — in my tweets, and I did say that it rises to and exceeds the level of high crimes and misdemeanors and is nothing short of treasonous. … I didn’t mean that he committed treason, but it was a term that I used, nothing short of treasonous.”